Title of Collection
Dawn Leslie Callaway Papers, 1991-2016
Scope and Content Note
This collection includes 29 journals of poetry and notes, and a folder of personal information about Callaway.
Dawn Leslie Callaway (she also went by 'Lori J. Lee' and 'Rebel Yell') hitchhiked and lived on the streets most of her life. She published "Hitchhiker's Dream" in 1992, a verse record of her travels through the South under her pen name 'Rebel Yell.' Callaway connected with the Aspen Grove Christian Church (Franklin, TN) where the members helped her secure a job, and find a place to live. Her journals provide insight into women's issues, poverty, justice, homelessness, mental illness, etc.
Clinton J. Holloway
Box #1 - 29 journals of notes and poetry - 1 folder of personal information
Extent of Collection
Center for Restoration Studies Manuscript #459
Center for Restoration Studies
Callaway, Dawn Leslie, "Dawn Leslie Callaway Papers, 1991-2016" (2018). Center for Restoration Studies Archives, Manuscripts and Personal Papers Finding Aids. 751.
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